1. Intro 2. Lazybones 3. White Girl 4. Like a Prayer --> Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago 5. Soft Serve 6. Soundtrack to Mary 7. Collapse 8. Wichita --> Wonderwall (sort of) 9. Paint 10. Sugar Free Jazz 11. Idiot Kings 12. Super Bon Bon 13. Blue-Eyed Devil 14. Crowd / Thank you 15. Moon Sammy 16. Screenwriter's Blues 17. Uh, Zoom Zip
Sony D7 --> Echo Mia --> Cool Edit Pro 2.1 (Recording/Resampling to 44.1kHz) --> CDWave (Track splits) --> mkwACT
October 7, 2014 Subject:
Not the best quality recording but still good and well worth the download if you are a fanatic. Mike has good banter with the crowd in between songs. Wish i was there but I was in college at the time!
May 11, 2007 Subject:
The end of a great time in Philly
This was the second of three shows that Soul Coughing played in Philly in about a 6 month period. The first was at the now deceased Middle East, and the third was at the Trocadero.
All really good shows.
Within three years, the Khyber, the Middle East and Upstairs at Nick's were all closed. Thus ended a great neighborhood.
December 25, 2006 Subject:
fun small show
The sound quality of the performance is pretty good. very clear band sound, and it picks up the instruments well. the crowd isn't that rowdy, but you def. hear them rustling during songs. it shows up a little bit but nothing too bad. Overall a fun setlist and a fun show with some covers tossed in. Sounded like a fun night to be at the Khyber Pass Pub over 10 years ago.
October 13, 2005 Subject:
How sweet the sounds of my misguided youth
My friend Tom and I out on a bender at our favorite watering hole.Tom sees a flier on the wall "Soul Coughing Tonight" Ok, we're in for the ride and what a ride it was a "Total Stone Groove" the sight,sound,smell and crowd was so Kyber the perfect recipe for musical liberation.
June 15, 2005 Subject:
Philly is in the room
Regarding recording quality, there is some AGC going on and the mics sound like they're a little far back in the audience, but otherwise it's clean. Good show; it sounds like Doughty was having fun bantering with the crowd. Boy, those fans REALLY wanted to hear "Bus to Beelzebub"; I hope they weren't too heartbroken.